WTA 2024 Madrid Open Predictions and Odds: Sabalenka Looks to Start Afresh

This week is a significant one in women’s tennis, as the first clay court WTA 1000 event of the year takes place in Madrid. All the big names will be in attendance, and besides the usual ranking points and prize money, there’s plenty on the line in Spain given the second Grand Slam of the year is just a month away. With players vying for momentum ahead of Roland-Garros, here are our 2024 WTA Madrid Open predictions

2024 WTA Madrid Open Predictions

Aryna Sabalenka heads to Madrid as the defending champion, but can she do it all over again? Here’s how we say the next fortnight will unfold:

Aryna Sabalenka Will Win the Madrid Open 2024

Sure, it’s been a tough past few months for Sabalenka. The Belarusian had somedevastating news in Miami, which undoubtedly has made it tough for her to focus on tennis. Add this in with the fact that she’s titleless since January when she claimed the Australian Open, and picking Sabalenka to win Madrid may raise a few eyebrows.

Here’s our case. Sabalenka has won this event two of the past three years. She thrives here, and given the distractions of the past two months, a return to this tournament will be a welcome relief. We expect she’ll kick back into victory-mode and come away with a third Madrid title.

2024 WTA Madrid Open Predictions

Mirra Andreeva Will Go Deep

Young Russian Mirra Andreeva has been seen as a future talent on the WTA Tour ever since she burst onto the scene last year. With an incredible start to her professional career, we say things are only going to get better for the 16-year-old in Madrid. Sure, she’s mercurial, but that’s why betting on Andreeva to win can be lucrative.

The teen has proven that she has the game to beat top 10 players, and it’s also one that suits clay. Back her to make a deep run here, exceeding the expectations of bookies.

2024 WTA Madrid Odds

bet365The latest 2024 WTA Madrid odds from bookmaker bet365 have Iga Swiatek as a favourite to win in Madrid. The world number one pays 2.37, despite having never won here. Recent Stuttgart champion Elena Rybakina is right on her tail, however, paying 6.00 to go back-to-back on the WTA Tour. Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka is at 8.50 to win her third title, with Coco Gauff is a way behind on 15.00.  Rounding out the top five betting favourites is the in-form Danielle Collins who pays 17.00 to win in Madrid

2024 WTA Madrid Open odds
※ Current Odds Date & Time: April 22nd, 1:30 P.M. (GMT)

Can Sabalenka defend her title in Madrid? Will Andreeva stun the WTA Tour with a debut WTA 1000 title? We say there’s a good chance of either happening, and if you agree, make sure to get your bets in before the tournament begins.

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